1 RV Park near Dawson, Georgia
We did however find 1 campgrounds within 25 miles of Dawson. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Dawson in the left hand column.
Mar 2018 - $19.00
Basics: roads a nice and wide, gravel with a lot of nice big pot holes, so go slow. Power 50 amp and water at site. Dump station. Bathrooms/showers are dated and unheated with good pressure and ok hot water. The site was sand and grass and was pretty level. Washer and driers in the bathroom building. There are many old big trees and most sites are partially shaded. They have no wifi but Verizon phone and Mifi work well. This is a large regional park that is run by a foundation it use to be a state park. So there's a lot of other things to do besides camp. See details below. We'd stay here again if we're in the area. - pumper9x9
Jun 2017 - $25.00
We decided to try this park when visiting relatives in Albany. Drove up with no reservation, but there was plenty of room. I was kinda excited because the entrance was very pretty, although the check in building could use a little maintenence. Upon reaching the full hookup sites, we had trouble finding the one we had been assigned. It looked like someone else was in that spot, so we moved a little further down, and I called to office to let them know. Then the camp host showed up and told us we couldn't use that spot, there would another camper arriving. So, he pointed out the one we were supposed to use. Very muddy from recent rain, and the grass had been worn off. I asked if we could move to another spot that was NOT full hookups, and he said no. Again, expecting more campers. Well, no new campers were in the park the next morning, and we were in a muddy site, sharing hookups with a neighbor who looked like a permanent resident, but we never saw them. I was not real impressed with the place. - Doxie Mom
Jun 2017 - $18.00
Campsites are in a large grassy area with many trees. Sites have dirt roads, and are reasonably flat. Plenty of pull-thru space is available. My pull-thru site (16) could easily hold two 40' motor homes. It is not a deluxe location, but quite satisfactory. We arrived about 4PM on a Saturday afternoon, June 3, and were able to get a site without reservati0ns Many other activities are available, including a zoo, see www.chehaw.org. We were escorted to our site, and they offered to help us position our rig. When stopping at the park entrance building, rv'ers should take the outer lane, pull through and park, and come to the building to pay and get a site. The normal entrance would have been very tight for our 18' travel trailer. Fees are as follows (in early June, 2017): Full hookups: $28 Regular hookups: Water and electricity (20, 30, and 50A were available at our site) $20 Tents: $15 Cabins $35 for Standard and $75 for Deluxe Seniors can get regular hookups for $18. Dump station is available. We were happy with our site, and will come again. - Jim22